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The heavily publicized facts about the two crashes of Boeing’s 737 Max jetliners, far from the United States, undoubtedly caused enormous distress among humans who suffer from a fear of flying.

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When it comes to educating the Valley’s children, most school administrators take their jobs very seriously. After all, they are responsible for teaching the future generations everything from reading and math to science and history.

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Journalists are frequently cautioned not to rely on just one source. On Tuesday, there was a perceptible flood of opinions from well-placed politicians and public servants regarding the early talk of impeachment and the withdrawal of American troops from Syria.

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Despite the valiant effort by many in the community, the group organizing the Antelope Valley Union High School District Board recall fell short of collecting the needed signatures to trigger the recall election.

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By Thursday afternoon, the planet’s news Ferris Wheel was churning out sensational items at an expedited rate, similar to modern manufacturing beltway speeds.

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There was a time, not so long ago, when people did the “right thing.” That term could mean just about anything, from helping someone with a task, when you know they need assistance; holding the door for someone who has their arms full, or even stopping to render aid to someone broken down on…

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A McClatchy story that appeared in the Sacramento Bee on Wednesday announced a rare outcome in the relationship between President Donald Trump and California officials.

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Aerospace Valley — thanks to promotion efforts by the city of Lancaster and the County of Los Angeles — gained a big time electric bus factory that provides about 800 well-grounded, mostly-union jobs.

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Sometimes we’re busy with everyday life and forget some of the little things. Maybe that means forgetting an item when grocery shopping or forgetting to send that thank you note or maybe it means forgetting  to sign your letter to the editor and include your full name, address and phone number.

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If Hollywood ever does a movie about the recent happenings in Washington D.C. — and across the nation and around the world — we have an opening scene to illuminate what’s been rattling our beloved country.

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It is a modest response but many United States residents are worried about military-oriented reactions to the attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia this month.

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The new law that increased gasoline by 12 cents in November 2017 and another 5.6 cents in July, is having an impact on those who haul water to rural areas.

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Being a journalist is tough. There are many obstacles one must face when trying to present well-balanced stories based on the information that’s been gathered from documents, sources, emails and the like.

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The United States Department of Justice boosted Edward Snowden back into the headlines on Sept. 17, by filing a lawsuit charging him with breaching non-disclosure agreements he signed with the National Security Agency and CIA with the publication of his new memoir, Permanent Record.

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Felicity Huffman, the former “Desperate Housewives” actress, on Sept. 13, was sentenced to 14 days in prison for her role in the college admissions scandal, plus one year of probation, 250 hours of community service and paying a $30,000 fine.

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A divided Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted, Tuesday, to support an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court of a ruling that prevents local governments from enforcing laws against camping on sidewalks or in other public places, unless sufficient alternative shelter space is available,” …

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When the winnowed number of Democrats, all vying for attention in the 2020 presidential election, called for unity, they were drowned out by various ideas on a huge menu of political opinions Thursday night.

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In 2011, California Governor Jerry Brown shut down redevelopment — a program that had provided cities with funding for more jobs, construction and growth in struggling neighborhoods.

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The nation’s August jobs report continued the unimpressive pattern of monthly gains in workers being added across America, falling slightly short of analysts’ expectations.

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It’s a shocking revelation that Starbucks, the coffee shop that provides a relaxing atmosphere that keeps customers coming back for more, plans to remove national newspaper and select local newspaper sales racks from its 8,600 United States locations, this month.

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Yesterday should have been the day several Palmdale residents have been waiting for — the preliminary hearing in former mayor Jim Ledford’s trial.

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In a surprisingly good news story, the battle against misinformation that so damaged our democratic processes in the 2016 election cycle, can have a worthy adversary: The United States military forces.

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Columnist William Warford recently wrote that he has avoided being in fatal crashes by always checking on incoming vehicles, whose drivers can be guilty of running red lights.

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The Antelope County Fair is over for another year. Hopefully you got your fill of gigantic pretzels, fried Twinkies and Sioux burgers. If not, you’ll just have to wait until next year.

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It wasn’t long ago (in fact, it was Thursday) that we addressed the drain on resources when someone calls in a threat or makes a false claim that must be investigated by law enforcement.

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There is a lot of talk about tariffs these days, but most of us don’t know which products will end up being priced higher. Obviously, there will be dozens and dozens of items that we use every day.